Fall is a great time to do a few things: soil test, research soybean varieties for next year and test for soybean cyst nematode (SCN). The three tasks can actually be done simultaneously. As Albert Tenuta, field crop plant pathologist with OMAFRA, explains in this video, now is a great time to test for SCN. Simply split the soil test sample in half and run both to the lab. Tenuta shows you the proper way to sample, too.
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Categories: Agronomy / Crop Production / Crop Schools / Eastern Canada / Pests / Soybean Disease, Weeds & Insects / Soybean School / Soybeans
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